Munster is derived from ‘Mumhan’ means The Land of Mumha’s men’, Mumha being a Celtic goddess. It was anglicised with the Norman suffix “-ster” being a Nordic word for ‘state or land’. So you end up with Munster.

These are some of the most significant landmarks, buildings and monuments in the province of Munster

Kilcrea Friary, Ovens. County Cork 1465

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 Built under the patronage of Cormac MacCarthy The Kilcrea Friary is a medieval abbey located near Ovens in County Cork. It takes its name from a 6th-century saint named Cyra who is said to [...]

Kilcrea Friary, Ovens. County Cork 14652020-04-29T19:34:27+00:00

Cloughjordan Eco Village, Cloughjordan. County Tipperary est.2007

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Ireland's first Eco-Village The incredible Cloughjordan Ecovillage is located adjacent to Cloughjordan village in County Tipperary. This is a registered educational charity and an internationally recognized destination for learning about sustainable living. The pioneering [...]

Cloughjordan Eco Village, Cloughjordan. County Tipperary est.20072020-04-29T17:35:28+00:00